simplebooklet thumbnail

KPA News S P R I N G 2 0 1 7 Working for kidney patients throughout Barts NHS Trust I side this issue Re al Patie t Foru Your KPA Needs You Fo us o You g Patie ts Virtual e Cli i Ne short fil s lau hed Cro het for Kid eys Dates for your Diary Holiday Ho e Booki g World Kid ey Day Just Gi i g Tha k You Cha gi g Me details ership Calling All Kidney Patients Carers Families and Renal Staff Many of you will know that the KPA was established in 1975 by a dedicated band of patients and carers some of whom are still working hard to support kidney patients throughout the Trust In those bad old days treatment was limited to the lucky few so the population was small and confined to the Royal London Hospital Now thankfully treatment is not restricted and there are around 4 000 kidney patients throughout the Trust with additional dialysis units in Newham Redbridge Waltham Forest and Havering As the population has grown the need to be able to respond to patients needs and support patients throughout the Trust is central to the KPA s objectives The KPA have been looking at how best to meet these challenges over recent months and are now seeking people whether patients friends family members or Renal Staff to join the KPA Committee We desperately need people with certain skills to help us become relevant to the current patient population and take the KPA forward Details of the skills and attributes we are looking for can be found on the next page We very much look forward to hearing from you RLH KPA Committee Gift Aid Your Co ittee Registered Charity No E ail rlhkpa g ail o
KPA News S P R I N G  2 0 1 7  Working for kidney patients throughout Barts NHS Trust.  I side this issue Re al Patie t Fo...
If you are interested in any of the following roles please send your details with a statement of what you believe you can bring to the KPA at rlhkpa gmail com All appointments will be subject to Charity Commission rules Editor for KPA News To edit draft quarterly newsletters and arrange printing and distribution both in the post and on line via email KPA News Administrator To research and chase articles each quarter and assemble document using Word Publisher or similar Poole Flat Administrator to liaise with estate management company as required Manage refurbishments repairs and cleaning Data Officer to keep the membership database up to date Currently in Access but needs to be converted to another programme Holiday Home Holiday Dialysis Booking Officer To manage the bookings received for the Poole Flat and arrange dialysis where required Web Administrator To update the KPA website on a timely basis Fundraisers To set up or help support events fairs quiz nights etc Facebook Administrator moderator 1
If you are interested in any of the following roles please send your details with a statement of what you believe you can ...
Renal Patient Forum The Patient Forum was set up in 2013 at the instigation of a senior nurse from the hospital Its main purpose was to improve the experience of kidney patients at the Barts Health NHS Trust After a slow start where attracting sufficient numbers of patients was our key priority we now have a wide variety of patients the majority on dialysis but also some who have had a transplant We have representation from each of the satellite units where dialysis is undertaken and we try to meet every six weeks or so and we hold our meeting at the Royal London Hospital The meetings are chaired by myself I have been a patient at the Trust for nearly 40 years and have had two transplants with a period of three and a half years of haemodialysis between the two The variety of subjects are discussed and we have made improvements in a number of areas including patient transport temperature levels in the RLH dialysis unit and access to the Citizens Advice Bureau service following the loss of the Renal Social Worker Among other things the group is also involved in how well run wards should operate We have developed a good relationship with the clinical and general management of the Units and work closely with the KPA We are always keen to attract new members and should anyone be interested in finding out more please contact me at briangracey15 gmail com Brian Gracey Chair Renal Patient Forum 2
Renal Patient Forum  The Patient Forum was set up in 2013, at the instigation of a senior nurse from the hospital. Its mai...
Barts Health NHS Trust Focus On Supporting Young Kidney Patients The transition from childhood to adulthood is a turbulent time for people with chronic health conditions The complex emotional and physical changes that occur at this time are often difficult to cope with in their own right Having chronic kidney disease and requiring treatments such as dialysis or a kidney transplant can be extremely challenging to deal with at this stage of life It has been shown that there is an increased frequency of non adherence to medications and subsequent transplant failure during adolescence This is a tragedy when it happens as it not only means returning to the inconvenience of dialysis but also makes future transplantation more difficult and more risky At this difficult time just as support and guidance from people who know them well is most needed we ask our young adults to transfer from the familiar environment of the paediatric clinic to an adult renal unit often in a different hospital Many of these patients have known their paediatric doctors and nurses all their lives indeed some are diagnosed with kidney disease before they are born The transition to a new team can therefore be extremely stressful both for patients and their carers We are dedicated to improving this experience for our patients Together with our colleagues at Great Ormond Street and in the paediatric department at Barts Health we are working to improve continuity of care and provide a smoother transition process We do joint clinics from the age of 16 so that young adults and their families get to know the new team in a familiar environment before transferring their care to the adult unit at the age of 18 We believe that a wellplanned transition process can be a positive event celebrating the growing independence of the young adult and supporting them to make decisions about their health care and lifestyle choices Done well this can improve health care related quality of life engagement with services adherence to medications and may subsequently improve long term outcomes 3
Barts Health NHS Trust Focus On Supporting Young Kidney Patients The transition from childhood to adulthood is a turbulent...
In December 2016 we held a young adult day together with the renal team at Great Ormond Street providing careers information financial advice dietetic input and sexual health advice More importantly it was an opportunity for young adults with kidney disease to meet each other outside of the clinic environment We have also been fortunate enough to be able to develop some new patient information videos for young adults thanks to generous funding from the Friends of the Royal London Hospital charity We hope that these initiatives will help to improve patient experience and look forward to working with our young adult patients to develop and improve the service in the future Dr Andi Cove Smith Consultant Nephrologist Bart s Health NHS Trust Virtual e Clinic Launched Our pioneering virtual e clinic for East London patients with chronic kidney disease has slashed waiting times for a specialist opinion from as much as 15 weeks to just five days A successful Royal London Hospital pilot scheme for Tower Hamlets which has been extended to the Newham City Hackney and Waltham Forest commissioning areas means that more than one million people living in the four boroughs will now have a live community kidney service It is one of the most dramatic examples so far of how the NHS can implement its national commitment to moving care closer to home ensuring patients are treated in the community rather than in hospital Higher rates of hypertension and diabetes among the ethnic minorities of East London mean our population is more vulnerable to kidney disease than other parts of the country So we ve been working with GPs and others to improve the care and experience of kidney patients by creating a single pathway from primary to secondary care The aim is improve the quality of intervention with those most at risk of kidney failure and prevent those with kidney disease progressing to dialysis 4
In December 2016 we held a young adult day, together with the renal team at Great Ormond Street, providing careers informa...
This has been made possible by sharing patient records between hospital and community and developing a trigger tool which alerts GP practices to patients most at risk through the regular surveillance of common blood test results In addition the community kidney service has invested in specialist renal nurses to help patients manage their condition at home As a result only one in five kidney patients referred by their GP now need to be seen face to face in outpatients Instead consultant nephrologists kidney clinicians are reviewing most cases electronically once a week Dr Neil Ashman consultant renal physician said 20 years ago a GP would have phoned up a consultant and asked for advice Nowadays we are often too busy to ring or take calls and these important clinical relationships aren t as strong hence an e clinic to restore this immediacy When reviewing patients we have access to all of the investigations donein the community enabling us to provide comprehensive management advice whilst avoiding unnecessary duplication of tests And if people do need to be seen at the hospital we have more availability in clinics to see them in a timely fashion Before the Tower Hamlets pilot started in December 2015 patients used to wait anything between 55 and 84 days for an outpatient appointment By reducing this to five days or so the e clinic is not only making life easier for patients but also cutting the volume of outpatients appointments by up to a third This could potentially generate savings of up to 1m across North East London As well as reducing the number of people who need to make a trip to hospital the e clinic is also enabling GPs to ask for expert advice on patients they would not necessarily refer before Initial evaluation of the community kidney service received a positive response from patients as well as GPs and clinicians In particular patients reported that they were happy to share their medical records and that their care was discussed with a specialist without needing to go to hospital We have one of the biggest renal services in London and undertake about 220 000 dialysis sessions a year The number of people diagnosed with endstage kidney disease and therefore requiring dialysis or a transplant has been steadily growing in recent years 5
This has been made possible by sharing patient records between hospital and community, and developing a trigger tool which...
Read more at http bartshealth nhs uk our services services az r renal community kidney service Helen Rainey Clinical Nurse Specialist Chronic Kidney Disease Renal Unit New Short Films Kidney patients face extra challenges at times of change whether that be at time of diagnosis starting or changing treatments and for young adults the extra stress of moving to a completely new hospital as they transition from child to adult services A group of Barts Health patients have been working with renal unit staff and Canvas Films to produce a set of short films that aim to support people through these challenging times by telling the stories of people who live with kidney disease Patients took part in a focus group that aimed to find out what they felt was important and would have found helpful or not helpful and this dramatically altered the focus and content of the films Others generously shared their experiences on camera describing how they have coped with challenges and what they have found useful when adjusting to life with kidney disease Feedback from early drafts suggests that these films will also help new staff gain a better understanding about what it s really like to be a kidney patient The films were officially launched on World Kidney Day with an event held at the Renal Unit Royal London Hospital to showcase the films to those who have contributed and to Renal Unit Staff They will soon be available on the Barts Health website and eventually on DVD with translation into the languages most commonly spoken locally These films have been funded by The Friends 6
Read more at http   bartshealth.nhs.uk our-services services-az r renal community-kidney-service  Helen Rainey, Clinical N...
of The Royal London Hospital supported by the Patron s Fund Pictured above at the launch of the DVDs from left to right Dr Katy Bennett Richards Dr Andi Cove Smith Raj Thuraisingham Jonathan Blake and members of the Friends of the Royal London Hospital Committee Helen Rainey Clinical Nurse Specialist Chronic Kidney Disease Renal Unit Our Unsung Hero Crochet For Kidneys You are probably completely unaware as I was that a truly amazing lady has set up a crochet group who amongst other things make blankets for Barts Health NHS Trust Dialysis Patients Let me tell you a bit about her Natasja s Story My husband did an amazingly selfless thing in November 2012 he donated a kidney altruistically to a man he had just met He was moved to help after seeing the impact of kidney failure and three 4 hour dialysis session a week had on a person The operation at Royal London Hospital was huge success and both donor and recipient are in excellent health But what about all those people still on the waiting list for a donor kidney and those going through dialysis I wanted to do something for them so decided to use my crochet blog crochetime net to ask for donations of crochet blankets to give to the kidney dialysis patients at Royal London Hospital My hope is that the blankets bring them hope and comfort We deliver the blankets when my husband has to goes to the hospital for his yearly living donor check up Crochet For Kidneys is now in its 4th year and in total we have donated 65 blankets The last delivery happened on 29 November 2016 when we handed over 31 blankets Natasja said I also wanted to raise money for the excellent work that the Royal London Hospital Kidney Patients Association KPA does I m sure you agree that the work they do is important and I hope you will be inspired to make a donation This is your chance to 7
of The Royal London Hospital, supported by the Patron   s Fund. Pictured above at the launch of the DVDs from left to righ...
be a part of Crochet For Kidneys even if you can t crochet or have already contributed a blanket but want to give your friends and family the chance to help kidney disease patients Donating through JustGiving is simple fast and totally secure Your details are safe with JustGiving they ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails Once you donate they ll send your money directly to the charity So it s the most efficient way to donate saving time and cutting costs for the charity You can donate though the site I have set up here www justgiving com fundraising Natasja King You can read more about Natasja and the group join the hookers as she puts it and support this great bunch of people at https crochetime net or join the Facebook group Crochet For Kidneys 8
be a part of Crochet For Kidneys even if you can   t crochet or have already contributed a blanket but want to give your f...
World Transplant Game Eastbrook Country Fayre London Bridges Walk British Transplant Games Transplant Week Renal Remembrance Service NKF Conference KPA AGM Quiz Night 25 June 2017 Malaga Spain Good Luck to Joan Bell and Jack Booth 25 June 2017 2 July 2017 Fundraising Stall Contact David Mansfield if you would like to help https www kidneyresearchuk org getinvolved events londonbridges North Lanarkshire Contact London Barts Team Manager Conrad Ryan on 07792 400283 https www organdonation nhs uk 27 30 July 2017 TBC 24 September 2017 13 15 October 2017 11 October 2017 28 October 2017 Great Hall St Bartholomew Hospital 2pm Leicester http www kidney org uk home news2 annual patients conference 2017 All Welcome 7pm Dagenham and Redbridge Football club For tickets email rlhkpa gmail com Don t forget to sign up for the Kidney Research UK London Bridges Walk Sunday 2nd July 2017 9
World Transplant Game Eastbrook Country Fayre London Bridges Walk British Transplant Games Transplant Week Renal Remembran...
Pull out Section RLHKPA Holidays Poole Flat There are holidays for all members Pre dialysis CAPD Home and Unit based Haemodialysis and Transplant patients and non patient members How to book a holiday 1 Check with your Unit that you are well enough to go on holiday 2 Choose the date s you wish to go giving second and third choices 3 You may also request a second holiday perhaps to follow on giving you two consecutive weeks if bookings allow Second holidays are allocated from March 4 Complete the Booking Request Form sign the declaration then send to Margaret Craddock address on form Send no money at this stage Please book early to avoid disappointment Confirmation of your holiday will be sent to you together with payment slips details of the home and a map of how to get there APD CAPD patients Your dialysis supplies can be delivered direct to your holiday home provided you give the Home Dialysis Manager at least three weeks notice Haemodialysis patients Unit Satellite based and Home patients Arrangements may be made for haemodialysis patients staying at the Poole flat to dialyse at the KC Holiday Dialysis Centre at Bournemouth The arrangement of dialysis treatment is subject to availability at the time of booking The RLHKPA pays where necessary for transport to and from the dialysis centre Important Unit Satellite based patients must ask their Unit s advice before booking Haemodialysis patients must be stable on treatment for six months prior to their holiday 10
Pull-out Section  RLHKPA Holidays Poole Flat There are holidays for all members  Pre-dialysis, CAPD, Home and Unit based H...
HOLIDAY CONTRIBUTION Inclusive for up to HOME six persons Poole Flat 200 per week 75 except during 125 school hols DATES FOR 2017 w b week beginning w b Sundays weekend 12 noon Fri 12 noon Sun Mon Fri 12 noon Mon 12 noon Fri Requests for financial assistance towards contributions are considered on an individual basis The KPA is unable to fund alternative holidays Accommodation for up to 6 persons Bedroom 1 two single beds Bedroom 1 partitioned Two child bunk beds Bedroom 2 one double bed The Association runs a self catering holiday flat at Poole Bournemouth in Dorset Administration and maintenance are carried out voluntarily and no profit is made The home is available to ALL members The flat is on the ground floor of a block of six residential flats and being centrally heated is available for holidays throughout the year Bournemouth town centre is a short bus ride from the bus stop outside the flat and for those more energetic a gate at the rear of the property opens onto the Central Gardens and affords a pleasant walk to the main beach pier and shops The flat is ideally situated for enjoying the south coast with its picturesque villages and the New Forest Haemodialysis treatment may be arranged subject to availability at time of booking The home is well appointed and provides accommodation for up to six persons lounge with colour television integral DVD well equipped kitchen with fridge electric cooker microwave and a washing machine central heating hot water shower facilities for safe CAPD exchanges and APD and garage parking NB It is advised that Members on Haemodialysis book early 11
HOLIDAY CONTRIBUTION  Inclusive for up to HOME six persons Poole Flat    200 per week   75  except during   125 school hol...
BOOKING REQUEST FORM POOLE FLAT Name ___________________________________________________ Please Tick Pre dialysis Haemodialysis CAPD Transplant Other Address _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ Post Code___________________ Tel No _____________________ Holiday request Week beginning Sunday 1st choice 2nd choice 3rd choice Sunday ______________ _________________ ______________ For Weekend or Midweek break phone 01277 810326 Please arrange Haemodialysis treatment for me at the KC Holiday Dialysis Centre Please tick if required Date of birth ____________ Dialysis unit _________________________ Usual dialysis days ______________ _____________ _____________ Please list the names of ALL your holiday party Title First Name Last Name e g Mr 1 Age if under 18 patient member 2 3 4 5 6 Send to Margaret Craddock 90 Station Road West Horndon BRENTWOOD CM13 3LZ 12
BOOKING REQUEST FORM     POOLE FLAT Name ___________________________________________________ Please Tick  Pre-dialysis    ...
RLHKPA Poole Holiday Home Terms and Conditions 1 Bookings are only taken from members of the RLHKPA 2 A member must be in residence throughout the holiday period 3 A non returnable deposit must be paid on receipt of booking confirmation and the balance paid a minimum of four weeks before the holiday 4 In the event of a cancellation please inform the RLHKPA promptly so the holiday facility may be offered to other members 5 Guests must adhere to the stated times of arrival and departure 6 No pets except guide dogs are allowed at the Poole flat 7 Cars must be parked in the garage No 4 and not left on the drive 8 Please leave the garage UNLOCKED at all times as Dialysis supplies are delivered directly into the garage throughout the year 9 Report any problems or breakages so they may be quickly rectified 10 Remove spare dialysis supplies and all food from cupboards and fridge before you leave 11 Domestic waste must be put in black sacks and placed in the wheelie bin recycle bins in the front garden CAPD clinical waste should be put in yellow sacks provided and put in the garage 12 Cleaners are not employed so please leave the flat in a clean state for the next guest 13 For security and safety Please note the Check List on the notice board before you leave 14 Turn off electric sockets except kitchen appliances and lights lock windows and doors turn down central heating 15 Please return the key immediately you return home 16 The RLHKPA reserves the right to refuse future bookings from guests who contravene these terms and conditions Declaration I agree to abide by the booking Terms and Conditions Signed _______________________ Date ___________ 13
RLHKPA Poole Holiday Home   Terms and Conditions  1. Bookings are only taken from members of the RLHKPA. 2. A member must ...
This year the KPA worked with Helen Rainey Clinical Specialist Nurse at the RLH in planning how to celebrate World Kidney Day The purpose of WKD is to educate the community about kidney health and how to avoid CKD Chronic Kidney Disease by being aware of the effects of uncontrolled or undiagnosed high blood pressure diabetes and obesity The team consisted of KPA committee members Renal Forum members renal dieticians renal staff and the odd hanger on Information stalls were held at the Royal London Hospital Whipps Cross Hospital Queens Hospital and the Ideas Store at Whitechapel There were also representatives from Kidney Research UK The day was a great success and there was a lot of interest from the public which was particularly rewarding If you are interested in joining us to spread these important messages next year please email rlhkpa gmail com contact one of the KPA Committee members or Helen Rainey at the Royal London Hospital Thank you to everyone who took part Jackie Fisher Chair RLH KPA 14
This year the KPA worked with Helen Rainey Clinical Specialist Nurse at the RLH in planning how to celebrate World Kidney ...
David Mansfield talking AGAIN having pushed Marie Niven behind a balloon Royal London Right Helen Rainey Shaila Hussain and Brian Gracey with the team at Whipps Left Breeda McManus checking Facebook again The Three Musketeers at Queens Les Adrian and Glen 15
David Mansfield  talking AGAIN      having pushed Marie Niven behind a balloon   Royal London.  Right - Helen Rainey, Shai...
Nikki Thomas Richard Endacott and myself at the Ideas Store Whitechapel David and Marie hovering around the Dieticians stall they had obviously gone off for a full fat high carb lunch 16
Nikki Thomas, Richard Endacott and myself at the Ideas Store Whitechapel.  David and Marie hovering around the Dieticians ...
Royal London Hospital Kidney Patients Association Registered Charity No 266660 with You can make a donation online by going to www justgiving com rlhkpa donate All major credit debit cards are accepted 25 is automatically added in Gift Aid if you re a UK taxpayer Can you enter a Sponsored Event You can simply create your own page with details and a photo Email your friends and they can donate online The money goes direct to the Royal London Hospital Kidney Patients Association To do this go to www justgiving com rlhkpa raisemoney 17
Royal London Hospital Kidney Patients    Association Registered Charity No. 266660  with  You can make a donation online b...
We would like to thank the following people for their kind gifts which were most gratefully received between 29th January 2016 and 1 March 2017 Donations 10 5 15 1 049 100 50 115 10 30 25 100 343 100 450 25 30 100 110 150 180 275 J P White D Dasandi Mr C Turner Brentwood Eileen Hand charity shop Stratford Valerie Manzi Loughton celebrating 12th year of Transplant Mr Mrs Danan Chigwell Keith Turner in memory of his wife Lorraine Irene Pratt Elisabet Niklau in memory of her husband Franz Mr and Mrs Rowley Mr and Mrs Patel in memory of their son Mayur Barclay Bank for matching funds raised at Quiz Night Interview Fee donated by Ami Sehmbi In memory of Colin Hollely Queens Unit Assefash Sura Shirley Hodge Grays in memory of her husband Bill Sainsbury Newbury Park Corporate contribution to bric a brac sale organised by Marie Niven Pawwk Marzena Ilford 1st anniversary of transplant Postbechild family in memory of Sandra Postbechild Law Society Southend via Iain Burns Irene Albert Howlett in memory of son Wayne 18
We would like to thank the following people for their kind gifts, which were most gratefully received between 29th January...
600 600 Iain Burns fundraising event Iain Burns proceeds from Raffle 256 01 Bric a brac Sale Marie Niven 100 Mr and Mrs Eastly Poole Flat Appreciation 864 Barclay Bank for matching fund raising Quiz Night Eileen TorkingtonE13 in memory of her husband Neil Pam Jukes N21 in memory of her husband Geoffrey Joan Weller Basildon in memory of her husband Ernie Family and Friends of the late Mrs Nettlingham Mr G Tiley Hornchurch Mr T Wright Thorpe Bay Joyce Gosden Upminster Bequest from Joy Keat for Reearch 10 100 50 500 92 10 20 5 5 000 Collection Boxes 160 58 23 Maria Petchy Les Petchy Fund Raising 864 341 51 895 350 144 07 Quiz night Melanie s evening of entertainment Bric a brac stall organised by Marie Niven Bric a brac stall organised by David Mansfield Foreign OldCoins Scrap Metal Stamps 24 77 Used Stamps Special Thanks to Conrad Ryan 19
  600   600  Iain Burns fundraising event Iain Burns proceeds from Raffle    256.01  Bric-a-brac Sale     Marie Niven    1...
Grants Paid Out 539 10 480 842 2 592 50 456 71 255 63 1 500 Refreshments for Renal Remembrance Service Printer cartridges Patient information NKF Conference Delegates 4 Part Funding for athletes attending British Transplant Games New kit for Barts London Transplant Games Team KPA Branded T Shirts and Table Cloth for fundraising and awareness events Part funding 2 athletes for the World Transplant Games Grants Pending 740 TBC 1 621 55 5 000 Re printing of DVD for Transplant Patients Refreshments for Patient Expo Day Treatments for inpatients Bequest from Joy Keat for research Please accept our apologies for any errors or omissions 20
Grants Paid Out   539.10   480   842   2,592.50   456.71   255.63   1,500  Refreshments for Renal Remembrance Service Prin...
MEMBERSHIP ADDRESS LIST It is our continued policy to keep our mailing list up to date and avoid any undue distress to relatives who may recently have suffered bereavement Please help us by advising any deletions or other changes by using the form below Should you wish to receive KPA News by email please complete the form and send your email address to the Membership Secretary PLEASE TELL US I wish to join the KPA FREE I am moving home I have changed my name I have changed my phone no I no longer want the Newsletter Email address I have changed my email address Previous New Name _______________________ Name _______________________ Address _____________________ Address _____________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ Post Code ___________________ Post Code ___________________ Telephone ___________________ Telephone ___________________ Email _______________________ Email _______________________ Please send completed form to the Membership Secretary 90 Station Road West Horndon BRENTWOOD CM13 3LZ 21
MEMBERSHIP ADDRESS LIST It is our continued policy to keep our mailing list up to date and avoid any undue distress to rel...
GIFT AID Help us through Gift Aid to help others and increase every pound you donate If you pay UK income tax and you make a gift aid declaration we can claim back this tax at basic rate on your donation so your donation is worth 25 more Please complete the declaration below and send it with your donation to the Treasurer see back cover Please make cheques POs payable to RLHKPA THE ROYAL LONDON HOSPITAL KIDNEY PATIENTS ASSOCIATION Registered Charity No 266660 I We would like the Association as a Registered Charity to treat this donation as a Gift Aid donation on which it may reclaim tax The person below is a UK Tax Payer Surname Initial Address GIVING THROUGH THE SELF ASSESSMENT RETURN INLAND REVENUE RLHKPA is participating in a scheme that will allow any individual to nominate a charity to receive their tax payments as a donation Our charity s name and code number are listed on the IR website For the purpose of this scheme the RLHKPA unique code is QAE95LG This method of giving is only available on Self Assessment returns 22
GIFT AID Help us through Gift Aid to help others     and increase every pound you donate. If you pay UK income tax and you...
YOUR KPA COMMITTEE Patron Clinical Representative Dr Martin Raftery Chair Vice Chair Secretary Vacant Treasurer Lesley McGarr 6 Foxleigh Billericay CM12 9NS 01277 653759 Membership Secretary Margaret Craddock 90 Station Road West Horndon CM13 3LZ 01277 810326 Dr Raj Thuraisingham Vacant Mark O Callaghan 189 Carlton Road Romford Essex RM2 5AX markocall01 gmail com 07973 309260 020 3685 6611 Marie Niven 07949 261586 Les Petchy 07547 524105 David Mansfield 07985 596828 Adrian Capitan 020 85517842 Melanie Rosenfeld 07939 218632 Glen Mahony Co opted Norbert McGarr Alan Rosenfeld Pauline Barrett Janice Jobling Anne Spicer
YOUR KPA COMMITTEE Patron Clinical Representative  Dr Martin Raftery  Chair Vice Chair Secretary  Vacant  Treasurer  Lesle...